Love Caramilk? Stock up on a few block of Caramilk and give these amazing 10 Caramilk recipes a try. They are all just as good, if not better, than eating a block of Caramilk on it’s own.
Caramilk has once again taken Australia by storm, and unlike last year, this time Caramilk seems to be here to stay.
While it’s great to enjoy a block of Caramilk on it’s own, it’s also fun to use Caramilk to make other sweet creations. It’s caramelised taste gives desserts the most amazing flavour.
If you have tried all 6 of these recipes and want even more, you can easily adapt any recipe that uses white chocolate by simply substituting the white chocolate for equal amounts of Caramilk.
Nothing beats a rich, dense mud chocolate mud cake. This Caramilk mud cake takes mud cakes to a whole new level. It’s quick, easy and has the most amazing flavour thanks to the Caramilk in both the mud cake and icing.
These muffins are perfectly soft in the middle with a slight crunch on the outside, not to mention the sweet chunks of Caramilk chocolate hidden inside. They are then finished with a drizzle of melted Caramilk. This is one very delicious way to use that block of Cadbury Caramilk.
Sure, these Brownies (or blondies) might not be the same colour as traditional chocolate brownies, they are just as good. They are crispy on the outside, fudgy in the middle and packed with caramel flavours.
The extra chunks of Caramilk on the inside and Caramilk drizzle on top just finish them off perfectly.
Chocolate mousse is one of the easiest desserts to make, and this Caramilk mousse is no exception. You only need two simple ingredients, thickened cream and a block of Caramilk.
This is one of those delicious recipes that can be made ahead of time, so whip up a batch next time you are entertaining.
This quick and easy fudge is made using the microwave, and is so delicious that it will disappear in no time at all. It's smooth, creamy and has a great caramel flavour thanks to the Caramilk.
These Caramilk balls are hands down the most popular Caramilk recipe on this site, and the feedback has been amazing, you all love them!
They are yet another quick and easy dessert, and are perfect for entertaining.
Following on from my ever popular Caramello slice, I adapted the recipe to create this Caramilk slice.
The base is a delicious mixture of Caramilk, condensed milk and crushed biscuits, and it's topped with a layer of melted Caramilk.
What's better than chocolate chip cookies? Cookies made with chunks of Caramilk. Not only do these cookies contain delicious Caramilk pieces, they are then drizzled with melted Caramilk.
Rocky road is one of those classic treats, and it's even better when made with Caramilk. Filled with chunks of biscuits and pillowy marshmallows, this rocky road to sure to impress.
It also makes a great gift.
Everybody loves a good cheesecake. This cheesecake starts with a rich chocolate base, which is then topped with a delicious Caramilk flavoured cream cheese filling.
How to make Caramilk
If like us you are struggling to get your hands on any Caramilk chocolate, don’t stress. While it might not be the same thing, you can easily make your own Caramilk substitute at home.
Start with a block of white chocolate. Preheat the oven to 130c. Break up the white chocolate into pieces, then add to a shallow baking dish. Bake for 5 minutes or until melted, then spread evenly over the base of the baking dish.
Continue stirring the chocolate every 5 minutes until chocolate has turned a caramel colour. This will take around 30 minutes.
Once the chocolate has caramelised, spread over a baking tray lined with baking paper and place in the fridge to set. Break the chocolate into pieces and enjoy as is, or use in your favourite Caramilk recipe.